Audrey Euteneier's artwork captures many aspects of Saskatchewan's natural, rural and historical spirit. Her greatest influence was from her father who was a great horseman, naturalist and a gentle man. He encouraged her to love and respect the land and all the creatures that inhabit it. Having lived in both the northern bush country and southern plains of Saskatchewan, she is able to translate her own personal experiences and familiarity with her subjects into images that are reminiscent to many. Her working space, the Barn Swallow Studio provides her with the prairie surroundings and animals to inspire her and a true country setting in which to create her work. She is a life member of the RFA and her work can be found in many private and corporate collections in Canada, USA, the UK, Europe, China and Australia.